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... There are a number of informative websites that describe the TLIF procedure, preparation for the surgery and recovery. This should give you the basic information. ... (3 replies)
... I am looking for approximate recovery times following. ... (9 replies)
... is in the same boat as me and went with the TLIF in this scenario. ... (3 replies)

... Well ofcourse we are all different. I had tlif for spondy grade one and DDD in March of this year. They said I had no nerves impinged which I couldn't believe as I've had bad nerve pain. ... (6 replies)
... and am scheduled for a TLIF 2 level and foraminotomy...I am 57, have a defibrilator implanted, have undergone 2 AFIB ablations and am a type 2 diabetic... ... (2 replies)
... First, there really is no way to predict how any one person will respond to surgery as far as recovery time, etc. I do think your family doctor is being a bit optimistic as far as saying you can pick up your doctor after 4 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... g back to normal life or semi normal than what I've read here. I would like to hear from anyone who has had this procedure. Do you think it makes a difference in recovery time depending on Dr's experience or technique? ... (6 replies)
... The leg pain may return from time to time. This is to be expected as well and should not be a major source of concern if it should happen. ... (9 replies)
... Shoot, my surgery is for 9/26, I didn't even think of my Santa work! (6 replies)
... Well, I guess I'd have to say that the experience and technique of the surgeon would affect the quality of the work done, and that would in turn affect the recovery time. The better quality work, the more pain will be eliminated by the procedure, and the more pain eliminated would mean an easier recovery. ... (6 replies)
... Mammak, you don't really sound like you're not on track. This is a big surgery with a long recovery time. ... (4 replies)
... Your wife should be walking more than she is. Have her arrange her schedule so that when she gets up to use the bathroom, she does a couple laps through your home -- even if it is just walking up and down a hallway or whatever you have. She should not be doing stairs, if you have any, more than a couple times per day. You want to avoid inclines and unlevel ground for now.... (9 replies)
... It's normal to be scared. This is a big surgery with a long recovery time. Keep as busy as you can so you don't think about it too much. Before you know it, you'll be waking up in recovery and all you'll have to do is rest. ... (5 replies)
... I hope that your recovery time goes quick and easy for you. ... (12 replies)
... And you're having TLIF this time, right? ... (1 replies)
... Not sure if this will help anyone at all, but I went through most of what everyone has said. The person who initially started this thread stated that he had right hip/right thigh pain. I was there, I had pain going down my right leg all day every day and then last year started in my left. I went through two months of laying on the couch cause I couldn't sit. After two cortico... (26 replies)
... I was hoping that someone who had TLIF recently would respond, but I didn't want to let any more time go by before welcoming you to the board. ... (3 replies)
... I think it's considered different in that he will be approaching the disc space from the foramen. It's technically a PLIF, but using the TLIF approach. It's not a standard TLIF either, as he will be using the 2 spacers per level, versus a single spacer for a traditional TLIF. ... (4 replies)
... I wanted to take the time to comment on my surgery and subsequent recovery from a two level TLIF surgery. I am doing this, prior to surgery, because like so many people, I read many web boards and was terrified by what I read. ... (3 replies)
... s, but I couldn't be out longer then an hour. I really felt like myself around 4 weeks, and could sit longer and walk more. I was planning my wedding during my recovery so I had lots of things to keep me busy. ... (22 replies)

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